English Exercises > verb tenses exercises > 30 sentences DO, DOES, DID, WILL
 
 
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                                                                   Insert do/does/did/will

 

  1.  I buy cakes every day?
  2.  you go to the party tomorrow?
  3.  he watch TV yesterday?
  4.  they watch TV in the mornings?
  5.  your mother  listen to the radio in the kitchen?
  6.  they cook a cake tomorrow morning?
  7.  they go to the beach last summer?
  8.  she want to go to live to another city?
  9.  I usually know the answer?
  10.  she go to work tomorrow?

                                                                   Insert do/does/did/will

  1.  we tell you it yesterday?
  2.  he like mushrooms?
  3.  she work on Sundays?
  4.  he get a present last Christmas?
  5.  he give me your letter yesterday?
  6.  they know Mary?
  7.  the sun  rise in the east?
  8.  birds sing their songs in cold winters?
  9.  they go to the cinema last week?
  10.  I go to school next week?

                                                                   Insert do/does/did/will

  1.  he watch many films?
  2.  they live in Latvia?
  3.  he buy any bread yesterday?
  4.  they write a test next term?
  5.  children like to work in the garden?
  6.  my sister  like chocolate?
  7.  the teacher give us the test last lesson?
  8.  we do our homework after school?
  9.  the students  work during the day?
  10.  we see the bear at the Zoo when we went on the excursion?

                             

 

       

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